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Topic: «Overview planned new features » on forum: Feature Requests   Views: 7114
 
tapufd
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Posted: 27.08.2010 05:08:00
 
 
Hi,

Is it possible to have somewhere on this forum a list of planned new features that will be implemented in the next versions?
By this we don't need to check all the forums, and no duplicate topics are created.

For example:
- will we get better titlebar buttons? Now they stick to Windows buttons and are not rounded.
- will the secondary taskbar not override the usuable desktop area size. For example when a sidebar is implemented, a maximized window shouldn't overlap the sidebar.
- ...

Just a thought.  :)

/T
 
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Tatiana Jack
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Posted: 07.09.2010 06:34:33
 
 
Good idea!

We are planning to create something similar...

E-mail: support@actualtools.com
 
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Pim Joosten
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Posted: 27.08.2011 08:37:16
 
 
Is there any update on this idea for a list with planned new features? I was looking on the site for this list just now, because I have an idea that somebody might already have asked before and I do not really want to go through all the suggestions made before. Even after trying to limit the number of posts by a search there are still 2 pages with topics to read :(  Unfortunately, I could not find a "planned new feature list". Also, I think it is a good stimulus for people suggesting features to see that an idea has been picked up and is in the workings :)  (and it will also prevent people asking questions about features that are already in the pipeline).

Thanks as always!
 
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Mike Brazil
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Posted: 27.08.2011 13:33:29
 
 
I'd like to see this too. In the meantime, you can search the Feature Requests forum for a keyword or keywords pertaining to your potential suggestion. This would eliminate having to go through previous messages other than ones that might deal with the same topic you're thinking about submitting. You can also do a Google site search for these keywords: http://www.google.com/search?ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&q=site:www.actualtools.com+xxxx, where xxxx is the keyword you want to search for. If you have a toolbar in your browser than includes a Google search field, you can just enter site:www.actualtools.com+xxxx in the search field, or just go to Google.com and enter it there.

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Mike
 
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Pim Joosten
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Posted: 28.08.2011 01:12:49
 
 
Thanks Mike for your ideas. I had indeed used the internal search function, but I then still had to go through 2 pages of results.
 
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Vasiliy Ivachev
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Posted: 31.08.2011 04:00:03
 
 
Hello gentlemen,

Thanks for messages.

Unfortunately, there is no update on this idea now.

But we'll surely consider this request.

Best regards.
 
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james michaelsen
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Posted: 02.09.2011 18:23:08
 
 
any way of selecting how the mouse moves from monitor to monitor?

I would like to move from left to right on my 2 LCD monitors but move up or down to those two monitors from my Cintiq 21UX Wacom tablet monitor which sits in front of me.

Jim
 
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Pim Joosten
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Posted: 03.09.2011 09:53:01
 
 
Hello Jim,

Could you please ask your question again in a new thread in the Technical Support forum? It is not related to the topic of this thread, nor is it a feature request. There is a separate technical support forum which is the proper place for your question.

Thank you!
 
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Alex Fadeyev
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Posted: 05.12.2011 02:39:55
 
 
Finally, the subject request has been fulfilled (at least, for the upcoming version :) ).

Everyone's welcome!
 
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Pim Joosten
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Posted: 05.12.2011 03:10:20
 
 
Hello Alex,

Thank you! I am always very happy that Actual Tools strives towards customer satisfaction the way you do. This is another example :!:

Best wishes,

Pim
 
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